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Readings from Old Devonport and Open Afternoon

Readings from Old Devonport and Open Afternoon

Friends of the Michael King Writers’ Centre present readings from old Devonport and an open afternoon at the Centre during the Auckland Heritage Festival.

Look around the historic Signalman’s House, check the collection of literary memorabilia and celebrate our local literary heritage with readings from old Devonport and North Shore. The centre is half way up the road to the summit of Takarunga Mt Victoria in Devonport.

Park on top of Takarunga Mt Victoria or on nearby Kerr Street. There is limited parking on the summit road. Or catch the ferry from the city.


Sunday October 12, 2014

Michael King Writers' Centre
Signalman’s House, Mount Victoria, Devonport,

Open afternoon
12 noon to 4pm

Readings 1pm to 2pm
ends

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